The beautiful Adelaide Botanic Garden is a public garden located towards the north-east of Adelaide city centre and is a prominent attraction in Adelaide, receiving millions of visits annually. The garden is an excellent place for visitors to see a wide variety of exotic plant species and to experience the garden's rich history and culture. Highlights at the Adelaide Botanic Garden include the prehistoric Wollemi Pine, mysterious Amazonica waterlily and Australia's well-known Moreton Bay Fig trees. Visitors can also visit the historic buildings and three glasshouses - the Palm House, Bicentennial Conservatory and Amazon Waterlily Pavillion - which offer a fascinating look at the flora and fauna of the garden. The Santos Museum of Economic Botany is housed within the Adelaide Botanic Garden as well and showcases countless plants and explains their importance in our lives.
Weekdays – 7:15 a.m. onwards. Weekends – 9:00 a.m, onwards. Closing times vary but is usually around sunset.
Around 1-2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers
The museums, amphitheatre and the garden
Muslim travellers who require prayer facilities at Adelaide Botanic Gardens could visit some of the many mosques in Adelaide City. In addition to the Central Adelaide Mosque - the oldest and most prominent mosque in Adelaide - Muslim travellers could also visit the Adelaide City Masjid, Masjid Omar Bin Al Khattab, Elizabeth Masjid and Masjid Al-Khalil & Islamic Arabic Centre.
Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near Adelaide Botanic Garden could visit some of the many Halal restaurants in Adelaide. Bollywood Indian Restaurant, Kamlas Kitchen India, Voshi Bay are just a few of such popular Halal restaurants in the area.